For and in behalf of the Local Government Unit of Casiguran, Aurora, I would like to express my sincerest and warmest greetings to all of you. Welcome to the Website of the Local Government Unit of Casiguran. Through this Advance Technology, the different plans, projects, programs and services of this Municipal Government can be easily conveyed to the people. This also serves as a window in engaging proper dissemination of all activities, works, plans, and programs delivered to different barangays in order for them to aspire and inspire in participating and collaborating with these undertakings.
The fast changing mode of lifestyle nowadays is not solely dependent on the growing engagement to different social media site, though we must be responsible enough that giving credible information is vital for the balance integration that will realize the freedom of expression mandated by the Philippine Constitution. Let us bind and work together as a team for the sake of progress and prosperity.
May this WEBSITE be the portal to facilitate the spirit of transparency of the Local Government Unit of Casiguran.
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The Philippine Rise Anniversary was celebrated on May 16, 2019, held on board of BRP Davao del Sur (LD602) by the Area Task Force – North (ATF –North) at the Casiguran Bay, Casiguran, Aurora together with The National Task Force –West Philippine Sea (NTF-WPS) and Local Government officials of Aurora Province.
The commemoration celebrates the 2nd Anniversary of renaming the 13-million-hectare Benham Rise to Philippine Rise last May 16, 2017 by the Executive Order No. 25 signed by the President Rodrigo Duterte. A portion of the Philippine Rise was declared as Marine Resource Reserve. Based on the Proclamation of the President 50,000 hectares are to be Strict Protection Zone limited only for scientific studies, and 300,000 hectares for Special Fisheries Management Area.
The NOLCOM held a Maritime Forum for the fisherfolks of Casiguran and nearby town to address their concerns regarding maritime safety. The ceremony begins with the welcome message of our Municipal Mayor, Dr. Ricardo A. Bitong, addressing and thanking the people who work hard for the celebration to come true, and tackle the importance of protecting our maritime area not only for our constituent but also for the fishermen who rely through fishing.
LTGEN Emmanuel B. Salamat, Commander of NOLCOM, head of ATF-North, said that they will do their best to protect and preserve our maritime area with the collaboration and cooperation of other maritime agencies such as Coast Guard and BFAR.
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August 25, 2018
Blessing of the ISUZU dumptruck, blessed by parish priest Father Joefran Talaban.
Project of MENRO – Solid Waste Management
Amount – Php 3, 945, 535.70
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The Local Government of Casiguran has partnered with Blue Water Consultancy, Training and Services for the updating of Comprehensive Land Use Plan and Zoning Ordinance and Crafting of the Comprehensive Development Plan for the Municipality of Casiguran Aurora.
According to the office of the Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator, the Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) of Casiguran, Aurora needs to be updated in order to respond to development trends, including tourism and recreation. The local government sees the urgency to respond to the need to identify land uses of the municipality amidst the expected increase in tourist arrivals and external investments. These trends are expected to impact the demand for land, not only for the construction of infrastructure, but also for increased agricultural production that will address the need for food security.
Moreover, MPDC believes that updating of the land use plan will ensure that development adopts a balanced approach, wherein the needs of the local stakeholders are primarily addressed despite of entry of new businesses and other economic activities. MPDC would also like to make sure that the outstanding natural resources of Casiguran are protected in the midst of various spatial development challenges.
Blue Water conducted focus group discussions, key informant interviews, surveys, and documentations with different barangays from April 16-27, 2018. The participants included people from sectoral groups – farmers, fisher folks, women, senior citizen, youth, church, business owners and others.